Lewis Center, Ohio – May 2009 – MULTI-PLASTICS, INC. adds paper and film-faced pouch materials to its mono-web flexible packaging product line. As narrow web flexographic converters continue to diversify and expand into flexible packaging, MULTI-PLASTICS has diligently researched and aligned themselves with an experienced manufacturer of laminated structures. Converters now have an additional source and choice for these materials at a competitive cost and within quick lead times.
The stocked C1S paper-faced structure under product code 29PP has a LDPE sealant layer and is available in two basis weights. This product mimics most PPFP’s that are traditionally seen in the market. This industry standard construction method works across a variety of dry or wet ingredients.
The 4WCP (white) and 4SCP (silver) are film-faced structures with strong printability, but vary from the mainstream sealant of choice due to our manufacturer’s ability to create highly specialized sealants without adding additional costs. This co-extrusion process allows us to introduce DiversaSeal™ sealant technology to the industry. DiversaSeal™ enables the customer to use one structure for multiple applications.
Also available by special order are film-faced structures with strong printability and an industry standard Surlyn sealant layer specified for added strength.
Since 1979, MULTI-PLASTICS, INC. has been a leader in the slitting and converting of thin gauge plastic film in roll or sheet servicing the envelope, carton, printing and packaging industries. With eight strategically located facilities in the US, Canada and the United Kingdom, MULTI-PLASTICS, INC. continues to place a high value on the products and services supplied to their customers.
For more information, contact Dave Parsio at 800-848-6982 or visit our website at multi-plastics.com.